Lot 47
£504,000 Result
17 Devonshire Mews
Chiswick, London
W4 2HA
Of interest to owner occupiers and developers. Rarely available, an appealing office building with planning permission for change of use to residential or extension in popular and convenient mews location - Vacant
Tenure
Freehold.
Location
  • Chiswick is a highly desirable and affluent West London suburb
  • Devonshire Mews runs between Glebe Street and Prince of Wales Terrace, off the west side of Devonshire Road
  • The excellent shops, cafés and restaurants along Chiswick High Road and Devonshire Road are conveniently close by
  • The leisure areas of Turnham Green, Chiswick Common and Chiswick House are easily accessible
  • Good nearby road communications include the A4/M4, North Circular Road (A406), A40 and A316
Turnham Green (District and Piccadilly Lines)
Gunnersbury
Description
  • An appealing two storey mid terrace mews building with two separate entrances
  • The interior, which has gas central heating and double glazing, is currently arranged as well presented office accommodation
Accommodation
  • Ground Floor – Offices (Gross Internal Area approximately 460 sq ft), Kitchen, Separate WC
  • First Floor – Offices (Gross Internal Area approximately 270 sq ft), Separate WC
Planning
Prior approval (Ref: 01247/17/PA2) was granted by the London Borough of Hounslow on 27th June 2017 for change of use from office (B1) to one residential unit (C3). Permission (Ref: 01247/17/P4) was approved by the London Borough of Hounslow on 31st October 2016 for erection of a first floor rear extension and rear elevational alterations with two rear roof windows.
Joint Auctioneers
MJ Finn Commercial

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